13th Century Bridge – part 2

Since I could post any of these pictures yesterday due to connectivity issues, I will try now!

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This 13th century bridge is the most intact among a all the bridges along the Camino and built on top of a previous roman bridge.

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We did find a cold stream to cool our feet. I have found this to be one of the best therapies during Camino.

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